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That is very possible, but make sure it is not the power supply charger, and remove the main battery to see if you can get power, bad batteries will often load down the power supply, if this works replace the rechargeable battery.
This could indicate a bad battery, or bad memory chip. Try starting without the battery. If this doesn't work, then try takeing one or the other memory chips out. If the problem persists, then it may lie within the power management system on the motherboard.
well, sounds like your power cord took a dump on you check and make sure power cord light is working first i would suggest
takeing up to office depo or computer store or maybe some one you has a lap like your try the power cord on it and see if it boots up that computer or takea differnt power cord and try reboot it they sale altn. power cords for laptops (cheaper in ebay ,ubid or just type in power cords in your search engine ). i hope this helps lala linda
Fan is controlled by a temp sensor on Mobo and by CPU. I hard wired my "dead" fan to a constant 5V power supply (off the battery bus) and now it runs constantly, doesnt bother me and I have yet to lock up. My CPU cover actually discolored and warped because my fanless CPU got so hot!
Check the ac adapter is the proper one for that laptop.
Check the power jack is not damaged or loose.
let laptop site without battery or power for a few hours.
remove battery and retry power.
try another ac adapter
if that doesn't work, you may have a reset button but not likely to solve the problem.
sounds like motherboard is damaged, or something blew.